I Spy Pinhole Eye Paperback – 7 Oct 2009
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What is creativity? Let me have a stab at a definition: The expression of idea(s), to convey, explain and/or mean a myriad of things, at any one given time, displayed or presented in a set format, that has never before existed?
I give you pylons. And lots of them. Thirty photos actually. Go on take a look. It will never be what you expected. And that's the first point - this book will defy your expectation. Which is always a good start. Was this work commissioned by the electricity board? if not, should it have been?
Then we have sonnets? The world for a sonnet? ole ye english rose, Welsh actually, stir thy self old man. What? 14 liners. To be or not to be. Yes. Pylons and sonnests, sons, sonnies, sonnettes. Yes those things. Does anyone care about form anymore? 1912 ushered in 'free' verse, and so the literary world of poetic inclination lost it's truest definition. That thing that separates it out from all other forms of writing. But words, alas, also have meaning. They imply things. God? or not? we should value them. They are precious - like electricity itself. The two things are the same. Hence this book. Pylons carry electricity - so do words.
But then, is it entertaining? Interesting? Provocative? Dangerous? Worth buying?(£11.99 it costs - that's a good few pints worth) Is it worth reading? Keeping? and then referring back to? And finally where does it go on the shelf? Next to who?Read more ›
I loved his selection of Photographs and find myself popping back for a little light relief often.